henrymakow.com — April 20, 2018
We are critical of transgendered people and gays but it’s not personal. They’re being used by the Cabalist central bankers to undermine heterosexuality. We should welcome transgendered people in the washrooms corresponding to their birth gender. That would defuse the charge of “hate.”
Alexis Arquette, a pioneer transgender activist provides a glimpse into this world. As a homosexual male, he had moxy, but as a drag queen and activist, he became a cliche.
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
I was checking on my 1980’s crush Rosanna Arquette at YouTube when I discovered she had a brother who was a pioneer transgender activist before he died of AIDS-related causes in 2016 at age 47.
I watched this really campy interview with him from 1993 when he was a charismatic young gay male actor of 23. (Start at 4 min) I was disappointed to learn that he “transitioned to female” in 2006 and became a transgender-rights activist before it was chic. As a homosexual male he had moxy but as a drag queen and activist, he became a cliche. He even looked like a Jewish harridan. (His mother was Jewish.)
After his death, his other-actress-sister, Patricia Arquette spoke eloquently of the oppression suffered by male-to-female transgenders. They are constantly harassed and beaten; can’t earn a living; can’t even go to the toilet. She caused me to clarify my attitude to transgenders.
I have no animosity against gay or transgendered people. Many are very gifted. I believe they are dysfunctional (sick) but I have no desire to increase their burden. To condemn them on moral grounds seems redundant. Sick is sick. In fact, I think conservatives should welcome male-to-female people in male washrooms. If they felt welcome there, the whole transgenders-in female bathrooms issue would go away. People should use the washrooms that accords with their birth biology.
A lot of Jewish males become homosexuals because many Jewish mothers are overbearing and possessive. But whatever the cause, I have compassion for the gender-confused. There is no “hate.” Would you hate someone because he had pneumonia?